A class 3 hitch is capable of pulling a wide variety of trailers since it is dependable, adaptable, and engineered to fit perfectly. Trucks, Jeeps, SUVs, and many other types of vehicles can all use class 3 hitches. The most prevalent kinds of receiver hitches on the road are class 3 hitches. This is as a result of their 2" standard receiver size and varied towing capacity. With a class 3 hitch, you can tow a variety of trailers and indulge in your favorite activities, including camping, fishing, hunting, and motorsports.
Enthuze class 3 hitches are created to be customized for each vehicle. Each is constructed to withstand the weather and put to the test to ensure your safety and the safety of your traveling companions. Each of our class 3 hitches, like other Enthuze custom hitches, is designed for a particular vehicle. This greatly simplifies the process of choosing and installing the proper hitch. Use our Shop By Vehicle tool to look up your year, make, and model to find a class 3 trailer hitch.
You can pick a hitch from the list after finding your vehicle. Some vehicles may offer choices like concealed versus visible main bodies and round tube versus square tube frames. Class 3 hitches are used to tow a wide range of trailers, including cargo carriers and bike racks as well as boat trailers, campers, utility trailers, and other sorts of trailers.
Each hitch and vehicle, however, has a certain weight rating. Never exceed the lowest-rated towing component's maximum capacity, whether it's a vehicle, hitch, or another piece of towing gear. Every vehicle application receives a unique fit from Enthuze class 3 hitches. As a result, hitch installation is substantially simpler. We evaluate the structure of the vehicle carefully throughout the design phase, minimizing or completely negating the necessity for drilling and modifications.